Corrosion Issues In Production And Processing Of Bio-Oils, 2016 Pulping, Engineering, Environmental, Recycling, Sustainability (PEERS) Conference Proceedings


For several years, our research team has conducted studies to characterize bio-oils and to assess the effects on metallic and non-metallic materials corrosion resistance.  This work is continuing with additional emphasis on characterization and corrosion testing with bio-oils that have been subjected to varying levels of hydrotreating to reduce the oxygen content.  For the samples studied, reduction in the oxygen content has significant effects on the acidity and the corrosivity of the bio-oil and the aqueous product.  As part of another task in this project, the examination of bio-oil samples and materials exposed in operating liquefaction systems is providing additional information on the performance of materials in untreated bio-oils. 

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Corrosion Issues In Production And Processing Of Bio-Oils, 2016 PEERS
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Author: J. Keiser, S. Lewis, Sr., R, Connatser, R. Taha, Mi. Brady, D. Leonard, and M. Frith